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Welcome to CRAFTA®

Welcome to Crafta®

One can impossibly think of the diagnosis and treatment of headaches and facial pain with its interactive characteristics without including an interdisciplinary approach.
Despite all efforts practitioners still find themselves left alone in the treatment of the patient's complaints.

The CRAFTA education program is patient centred and will satisfy the demands of critically questioning medical doctors and therapists as well as the more practically thinking colleagues


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Hygienerichtlinien für CRAFTA®-Therapeuten Empfehlung der Kommission für Hygiene und Infektionsprävention beim Robert-Koch-Institut (RKI, ..
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Facial expression
Facial expression and laterality Assessment, Evaluation and Rehabilitation This three-day course elucidates the function of the most important basic emotions and left/right facial recognition out of our daily life. Consequences of a dysfunction will be obvious in examples and elucidated in external evidence. Different test procedures will be introduced and exercised. Systematic facial emotions- and laterality training will be presented by the EMORECO program, as well as the face-mirroring software Techniques and treatment strategies will be explained and exercised. Patien..
Study groups
CRAFTA®-Study group Share actual knowledge, refresh treatment skills or discuss patient treatment protocols. These are only a few examples for a CRAFTA®-study group. Down in this page you will find a list of certified CRAFTA®-therapists who are leading study groups. What is a CRAFTA®-study group? Study groups are a periodically meeting for all physiotherapists, speech- and language therapists, dentists, who are in the CRAFTA®-educational program and working with the concept. What are the contents of the study group? CRAFTA®-treatment skills are repeated an methods are discuss..
Kurs Feedback
If you have followed one of our courses and would like to leave feedback, you can do this below on this page .. Thanks! ..
Frequently asked questions 1) At what point can I be listed on the CRAFTA®-list of certified therapists? As soon as you received your CRAFTA-certificate, you can register at the website and get listed as certified therapist. 2) Is the exam mandatory? No. After each course you receive a written course confirmation, however not a certificate. The latter you only receive after the passed exam. 3) What are the contents of the exam?/ What do I have to learn for the exam? On the CRAFTA® website you find under “Courses” “Exam” an overview over the topics, w..
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Crafta Blog:
Kraniale manuelle Therapie ist nicht das Gleiche wie Kraniosakral-Therapie Mon, 23 Nov 2015 23:36:43 -0800

In den Niederlanden kritisiert die Akkreditierungskommission der niederländischen Gesellschaft für Physiotherapie (KNGF) das ...

Cranial manual therapy is not the same as cranialsacral therapy Mon, 23 Nov 2015 23:06:25 -0800

In the Netherlands the accreditation commission of the Dutch Society of Physical Therapy (KNGF) criticized the manipulative ...

Can associated symptoms of headaches like temporomandibular problems, dizziness and tinnitus be managed? Tue, 06 Oct 2015 13:52:55 -0700

Definition and facts about headache: headaches are pain sensations referred to the area of ​​the head. They can be widespread ...

What is Crafta

Physiotherapists and manual therapists but also speech therapists and dentists have shown an increasing clinical and practical interest over the past few years in the craniomandibular and the craniofacial regions.

The professions also show a positive development towards enhanced interdisciplinary cooperation. On this background, CRAFTA® (Cranial Facial Therapy Academy) was founded by Harry von Piekartz and other initiators of various disciplines.